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August 6, 2013  •  

Tuesday Lobbying and Campaign Finance News

K StreetLobbying

K Street powerhouse lobbies for green energy tax bill” by Ben Geman in The Hill.

Campaign Finance

New York: “Reform advocate spends big money” by Jimmy Vielkind in the Times Union.

New York: “Citing Irregularities, City Board Rejects Public Money for Liu’s Campaign” by David W. Chen in The New York Times.


FEC commissioner: New emails could tie agency to IRS targeting” by Blake Neff in The Hill.

Missouri: “Creator of Missouri Ethics Commission nominated for federal bench” by Jo Mannies in the St. Louis Beacon.

New Hampshire: “Ethics committee: Special E-ZPasses don’t violate gift limits for N.H. lawmakers” by Ben Leubsdorf in the Concord Monitor.

New Jersey: “Appeals court affirms dismissal of ethics complaint against assemblyman” by Matt Friedman in the Star-Ledger.

Utah: “Panel investigating Attorney General John Swallow to hold first meeting” by John Swallow in the Deseret News.

Virginia: “Cuccinelli pushes for special session on ethics rules” by Julian Walker in The Virginian-Pilot.


California: “SoCal Rep. Lowenthal takes a big swing at redistricting with new bill” by Kitty Felde on KPCC News.

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